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Washingtonian: Meet Georgetown University’s New Bulldog Puppy

November 8, 2019

Baby Jack is in training to become the official school mascot.

Washington Post: Taim Brings Falafel Nirvana from New York to Georgetown

November 8, 2019

Food critic Tom Sietsema finds falafel nirvana at this acclaimed New York shop that opened an outpost in Georgetown.

Washingtonian: 5 Things Our Food Editors Are Talking About This Month

November 7, 2019

Taim, NYC’s beloved Israeli-style falafel shop, has expanded beyond Manhattan with a sixth location in Georgetown (1065 Wisconsin Ave., NW). It’s now Washingtonian’s new favorite lunch spot!

Washington Business Journal: Sneak Preview of Brasserie Liberté, Which Replaces Morton’s in Georgetown

November 6, 2019

Brasserie Liberté will officially open Nov. 15 for lunch and dinner in Georgetown.

DCist: The Pop-Up Kitten Lounge In Georgetown Will Remain Open Indefinitely

October 24, 2019

Eight months and about 200 adopted kittens later, the Kitten Lounge says it will remain open indefinitely, and Crumbs & Whiskers will remain at its original location a few blocks away.

Good Morning America: The Stories Behind the Homes from Classic Halloween Horror Flicks

October 24, 2019

The climatic fall of Father Karras, who tumbled down stone steps in The Exorcist, was filmed on 36th and Prospect Streets in Georgetown.

Washington Post: DC Spots Off the Beaten Path

October 24, 2019

The garden at Old Stone House and Martin’s Tavern offer quiet places to recharge.

WUSA 9: Washington’s Top 4 Bakeries to Visit Now

October 21, 2019

Baked & Wired and Dog Tag Bakery topped Yelp reviews in DC.

Eater DC: 12 Gym-Adjacent Go-Tos for D.C.’s Workout Warriors

October 18, 2019

Head to Georgetown’s Baked & Wired, Bluestone Lane, or Rapha to augment your workout.

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